Turn Pro at WyoTech
Working on today’s cars requires an understanding of the science and technology that goes into modern, highly sophisticated automobiles. At WyoTech, students first learn the fundamentals in the classroom, then they apply what they’ve learned to real-world projects.
Our facilities include advanced tools and diagnostic equipment found in many of today’s successful auto repair shops.
The Automotive Technology core training program includes a study of:
This course will introduce you to the following principles:
*Employment is not guaranteed, but career services help is available for students and graduates.
**Source: O*Net Online Sample of Reported Job Titles & Job Zone: Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics (Automotive Master Mechanics & Specialty Technicians); https://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/49-3023.00. Industry job titles are provided as a sample, and may require additional training, licensure, or certification. Individual levels or responsibility and specific job titles vary by employer need and industry demand.
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At WyoTech, we want to make sure our school is a good fit for your career aspirations. To best do that, we meet with every prospective student to make sure we can help you reach your goals. Here’s what the typical pathway to WyoTech looks like for a prospective student, guided by a friendly Admissions representative every step of the way:
You don’t come all the way to WyoTech to learn how to be an ordinary mechanic. We’ll make it easy to set yourself apart with 6 specialized training programs that build on what you’re learning in your core program. Many of our specialty programs are unique to WyoTech and give you the opportunity to learn a deeper skill set that makes employers take notice.